Daniel Larison To Join Antiwar.com as Contributing Editor

We are pleased to announce that Daniel Larison will join Antiwar.com as a contributing editor. Dan’s weekly columns will appear on Wednesday, and will start this week.

Here is Dan’s first Antiwar.com article:
Six Years Later, Yemen Is Still Being Starved

Dan maintains his own site at Eunomia. He is former senior editor at The American Conservative. He has been published in the New York Times Book Review, Dallas Morning News, World Politics Review, Politico Magazine, Orthodox Life, Front Porch Republic, The American Scene, and Culture11, and was a columnist for The Week. He holds a PhD in history from the University of Chicago, and resides in Lancaster, PA. Follow him on Twitter.

11 thoughts on “Daniel Larison To Join Antiwar.com as Contributing Editor”

  1. I hadn’t realized he was gone from TAC! And with Micah Mattix’s book reviews gone, I don’t know what I’ll be reading TAC for any more aside from the infrequent piece by Andrew Bacevich or Bill Kauffman.

      1. I wouldn’t have a problem with that. Pretty sure Justin wouldn’t either… Pretty sure he would with Caitlin but it serves him right. Such a diva.

  2. I found Mr Daniel Larison through following Andrew Bacevich at A.C. A writer whose political insight are achieved via a most welcome succinctness. A warm welcome to Mr. Larison!

  3. I like Larison’s work, too. But didn’t Justin like to ridicule his work sometimes? What was his beef with him?

    1. It often seemed like Justin had “a beef” with pretty much everyone. Maybe it was just his natural temperament. Maybe it had to do with him coming up in the Rothbardian circle where the currency of prestige seemed to be how many arguments you were in at any given time, and how vociferous those arguments were. Maybe both.

      It’s been noted many times that “great men” are made by their flaws as much as by their virtues. I don’t think “great man” is a stretch where he’s concerned. He was who he was, and who he was was was important even when it was annoying.

      1. Agreed that Justin was great. He crystallized to me how being antiwar is central to so many issues, and how important it is to cross political boundaries in opposing war. And his writing style and spirit were so strong.

        Also, I got the impression that he agreed with Larison much more than he disagreed.

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